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Tag Archives: Great Pyrenees
Louie was (mis-spellingly) named after Louis XIV, who had a ‘great’ deal to do with the Pyrenees. The court of Louis XIV was infatuated with the breed, which up until then was sort of thought of as a peasant dog. Louie … Continue reading
I have never seen a dog that looks more like a golden retriever without being golden than Chewbacca, the happy friendly two-year-old Great Pyrenees mix.
Happy birthday to me, huh? Or, at least, if not exactly happy, at least… eventful. Perhaps I’ll tell you all about it someday. At the very least, Autumn and I went out to a rather nice dinner at a very … Continue reading
Jax wasn’t feeling it. I’m not sure what it was, and I’m not sure what he was feeling, but he definitely wasn’t feeling it. No excuses, either: he’s only 6! Still practically a puppy. (Incidentally: a Great Pyrenees Anatolian shepherd … Continue reading
I first saw Boo way back in 2010. He’s still a charmer, although he had a bit of a handicap in that department when I took these pictures.
No pictures can do justice to Einstein. He is an assistance dog in training at PAWS Training Center in West Chester, PA, for PTSD, and I just know that he is going to be excellent at his job. My stress levels … Continue reading
Well, there’s a mix you don’t see every day. Which is too bad, because Jax is awesome. (Also: Alert! This is the emergency dog-cast system! There is a missing white female boxer, last seen in the area of Golden Gate Park/Sunset … Continue reading
I guess this pup was one of the participants in Project Dog. A real celebrity in our midst!
Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration. But… wow! A 65 pound fully adult Great Pyrenees. How does that even happen? Even for females, the smallest the breed standard calls for is 25 inches at the shoulder, and … Continue reading
Ran across these three (two dogs and one man) in South Park, last September. I might’ve caught them on a bad day… they all seemed a trifle testy, although I did a couple of smiles out of Fletch eventually. Still, … Continue reading